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The effectiveness and sustainability of two demand-driven sanitation and hygiene approaches in Zimbabwe

Whaley L, Webster J

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End-User Preferences for and Performance of Competing POU Water Treatment Technologies among the Rural Poor of Kenya.

Albert J, Luoto J, Levine D

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Simple Sari Cloth Filtration of Water Is Sustainable and Continues To Protect Villagers from Cholera in Matlab, Bangladesh.

Huq A, Yunus M, Salahuddin Sohel S, et al

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Efficacy of a Targeted Bleach Cleaning Intervention to Reduce the Incidence of Endemic Clostridium difficile-Associated Diarrhea in a Multi-Hospital Healthcare System

Abderrahmane S, Blatt S, Steinbrunner J, et al

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Research findings from nonpharmaceutical intervention studies for pandemic influenza and current gaps in the research

Aiello AE, Coulborn RM, Aragon TJ, et al

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Efficacy of Waterless Hand Hygiene Compared with Handwashing with Soap: A Field Study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Pickering AJ, Boehm AB, Mwanjali M, et al

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Impact of alcohol hand-rub use on meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus: an analysis of the literature

Sroka S, Gastmeier P, Meyer E

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A community-randomised controlled trial promoting waterless hand sanitizer and handwashing with soap, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Luby SP, Kadir MA, Yushuf Sharker MA, Yeasmin F, Unicomb L, Sirajul Islam M

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Water and hygiene interventions to reduce diarrhoea in rural Afghanistan: a randomized controlled study.

Opryszko MC, Majeed SW, Hansen PM, Myers JA, Baba D, Thompson RE, Burnham G

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Impact of the integration of water treatment and handwashing incentives with antenatal services on hygiene practices of pregnant women in Malawi.

Sheth AN, Russo ET, Menon M, Wannemuehler K, Weinger M, Kudzala AC, Tauzie B, Masuku HD, Msowoya TE, Quick R

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